High Swartz LLP is pleased to announce that firm partner, Mark R. Fischer, Jr. has been named President of the Montgomery Bar Association Trial Lawyers Section for 2023. The Section is a forum for the exchange and discussion of ideas and information relating to the specific needs and interests of trial attorneys, per the section summary.
"I’m honored to serve as President of the Montgomery Bar Association Trial Lawyers Section for 2023. I really look forward to working with the Board to plan and present another year of the great events and CLEs that make this Section such a wonderful part of the MBA," says Fischer.
Mark is no stranger to trial work. As a business litigation attorney, he represents companies in breach of contract, payment collection, construction defect & consumer protection disputes in PA and NJ. He's also had the opportunity to develop his trial experience over several years as regional litigation counsel to a multinational retail company. As with any good trial lawyer, Mark finds value in the art of cooperation and collaboration with other attorneys to determine the best strategies for effectively handling matters.
On top of litigation work, Fischer is also a member of High Swartz's municipal law group, representing townships on various legal issues, land development matters, zoning disputes, and litigation matters in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas and Commonwealth Court. Mark currently serves as assistant township solicitor to Lower Macungie Township and assists the municipal group in various other Pennsylvania townships.
Mr. Fischer is recognized for his litigation practice by numerous publications. Mark was included in his fifth consecutive Super Lawyers® list for his outstanding contributions in civil litigation defense work. He has also been listed as a Main Line Top Attorney in civil litigation since 2019.
MBA Trial Lawyer Section members meet monthly to discuss the status of the Montgomery County Courts and issues affecting trial lawyers. "Essentially, these meetings are great way to talk shop and generate camaraderie among the trial lawyers in the County," says Fischer.